Construction is underway and will be completed in the summer of 2021. Kellogg Middle School is one of 4 schools will be rebuilt or modernized through the May 2017 Health, Safety and Modernization Bond.
The new Kellogg Middle School is being transformed week by week. Thanks to a mild winter and unusually sunny days, crews have made significant strides as anyone who has passed by the site can see. All the three floors of the learning tower have been poured and the roof deck has been installed, with insulation and roofing layers coming soon. Interior framing is underway and you can start to see where the hallways and rooms are laid out. The auditorium stage area framing is done and insulation has been blown in. The Gym roof is closed in and ready for the installation of the metal roofing.
The exterior wall sheathing and waterproofing is almost completed for the gym locker rooms, band room, receiving/storage area, kitchen, commons, and main office area. The main entrance canopy is up and looking grand and the multi-story metal stairways are now being installed. View the March construction pictures here
Steel framing on Kellogg Middle School is almost complete, with "topping out" to occur later this month as the final steel beam is placed atop the 3-story Learning Suites structure. The Gym and Performing Arts structures will be dried in, allowing interior wall framing to begin. At that point, mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems can start to be installed within the building.
The Kellogg Middle School construction has reached a milestone, with completion of all slabs-on-grade and the erection of the Gym/Performing Arts wing concrete tilt panels. Steel has begun to arrive on site which is allowing the Gym structure to be enclosed, the Commons framing to take shape, and planning for the 3-story Learning Suites structure to begin. A mock-up of the building envelope, including roofing, siding and windows, is being constructed on-site to allow the contractor and designers to finalize how these components will be assembled on the actual building.
Planning for furnishings, fixtures and equipment is continuing, with input from stakeholders, and selection of classroom technology is being finalized. A mock-up of classroom technology is being prepared off-site to allow the contractor as well as District staff to learn how this technology will work in the new building ahead of time.
The contractor is proceeding with major construction activities, including completion of underground utilities, and completion of all of the gym and commons footings and slabs, with the concrete tilt wall forms/pours more than halfway complete. The forms/pours for half the learning suites building footings are completed and excavation for the other half of footings is complete. The final excavation and decommissioning of underground drywells and debris piles is complete.
The Kellogg Middle School Rebuild Project is moving forward toward construction of an innovative new middle school in SE Portland. It replaces the 100-year-old Kellogg building that served several generations of students. Demolition of the old school was completed in 2018 and materials from the that building have been salvaged for re-use in the new building. The final phase of design for the new Kellogg Middle School is underway and will be complete in early 2019.
In January the City of Portland approved the Kellogg project’s Conditional Use and Adjustment application. This opens the door for the project team to submit the Building Permit application in March, which the City has committed to include in their Fast-Track Review Process.
Planning for the new Kellogg Middle School program will be launched by the district in 2019. This process will include hiring a new planning principal.
Going forward construction is anticipated to be complete by the end of 2020. At that time the new building will be outfitted with furnishings, fixtures, and equipment in early 2021 to allow school administrators to train new teachers and staff ahead of the arrival of students in the Fall of 2021.
View the Kellogg Project Fact Sheet
Kellogg Boundary Information
Enrollment and Program Balancing is a multi-year process during which PPS will gather information, hear from our stakeholders and communities, provide public information, and develop a plan to better serve families and students. The final decisions on this round of boundaries and enrollment balancing that will determine the schools that will feed into Kellogg are scheduled to be finished by early 2021. For more information please visit the Enrollment & Program Balancing Web page
Why is Kellogg being rebuilt vs. modernizing it?
After thoroughly reviewing options and costs the design team determined it would be much less expensive to rebuild Kellogg Middlle School than modernizing the existing 100 year old building. A new building also allows for more modern options for facilities and educational spaces. Please download this Kellogg Rebuild vs. Modernization fact sheet for more detailed information.
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For more information about school building improvements, contact: 503-916-2222 or email email@example.com
Kellogg Animated Fly-through
Kellogg Timelapse Feb 2020
Videos and Photo Galleries
View Kellogg photo galleries
Kellogg Construction 3-19-20
Kellogg Animated Fly-through March 2020
Kellogg Construction 2-18-20
Kellogg TimeLapse video 2-10-20
Kellogg Framing nears completion 1-22-20
Kellogg Steel Framing added 12-3-19
Kellogg first walls go up 11-6-19
Kellogg Concrete Pour 10-25-19
Kellogg Construction 10-16-19
Kellogg Groundbreaking 6-1-19
Kellogg Demolition 7-13-18
Kellogg Demolition 6-26-18
Kellogg Demolition 6-15-18
Kellogg Pre-Demolition Celebration
Kellogg DAG meeting 3-8-18
Kellogg Design Workshop 2-10-18
Kellogg DAG Meeting Faubion Tour 12-7-17
Kellogg DAG meeting 11-7-17
Oh planning+design, architecture, is the architecture firm that PPS selected for the replacement of Kellogg Middle School. Oh is a local woman owned Portland firm with expertise and attention to crafting inspired learning environments that allow adaptability over time. The OH team places an emphasis on designing proactively for the needs of the environment and responsible sourcing of materials.
Todd Construction is the general contractor for the Faubion rebuild. Todd Construction has been serving the construction needs of the Pacific Northwest since 1940.